Prestigious international works
Horarios de atención: Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from 12 noon to 7 p.m.
The surname "Faena" in the City of Buenos Aires refers to a lifestyle of luxury, cosmopolitan and relaxed. That is what all the endeavors of the famous local businessman Alan Faena try to reflect, including of course the Faena Art Center. Located in one of the most expensive and elegant areas of Puerto Madero, the objective of this space is to bring prestigious international works to make them known in Argentina while introducing new local artists to the world; making the national and the global dialogue with each other. This interesting redoubt of contemporary art is housed in what used to be an old mill in the port of Buenos Aires: one of the first in the city since 1908. Today, recycled, the particularly distinguished and historical touch of the exterior architecture contrasts with avant-garde art, risky and sometimes even controversial that can be seen in the interior. That is why visiting the Faena Art Center is a must for all those who enjoy and know about art.
Not to be missed: The Faena Art Center opens to the public only Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from 12 noon to 7 p.m. Admission is free on Mondays and the rest of the day costs US $ 40. After seeing this space, if you want to continue the visit to Puerto Madero adding even more luxury and distinction, crossing the boulevard Azucena Villaflor and walking a few meters down the Aime Paine street you can reach the Faena Hotel: one of the most elegant hotels and avant-garde of the City of Buenos Aires. Although one is not staying there, you can enter, admire its common areas and enjoy a delicious cocktail or a superb lunch in one of its bars and restaurants.
Always check if there are exhibitions in progress on this Phone 4010-9233 or on this link http://www.faenaart.org/happening-now/
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